The PIN Bureau helps journalists connect with people who have stories to tell or expertise to share. If you have an experience related to one of the queries below, we’d love to hear from you. You can also visit publicinsightnetwork.org to see questionnaires from other PIN partner newsrooms.
The Arizona Center for Investigative Reporting has partnered with the Public Insight Network Bureau to experiment with community engagement following AZCIR original investigations. We’re testing this comment-based map to engage readers about important topics, which are then published by zip code. For this article, AZCIR analyzed demographic enrollment data for Arizona’s public schools, including both charter and district … Continue reading What are your thoughts on student diversity in Arizona’s public schools?
The Center for Public Integrity and the Center for Investigative Reporting are launching a new research project to learn more about what makes investigative reporting immersive and engaging. We want to know how you consume news, what components of investigative reporting are most useful and how to deepen the impact of our work. Help increase the impact of … Continue reading Why do you read investigative journalism?
As part of its 2016 Election coverage, Univision is working with the Public Insight Network Bureau to gather insights and personal stories from Latino and millennial voters. Participate in the news this election cycle by providing your experiences.